There are two signs that should hang over the Eureka Casino. One that says, “Las Vegas’ smokiest casino,” and another with “Home to the most underrated burger in Sin City.” But once you take a deep breath and walk directly to the back of the casino where Fat Choy is located, you’ll find a cute, small diner-looking spot with colorful wallpaper and red vinyl booths. Get the Fat Choy Burger - it comes with short rib, bacon, and a fried egg and is worth the less-than-enjoyable trip that you endured to get there.
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